In the early morning hours of December 4, 1995, a farmer driving along a desolate country road saw the body of a teenage girl on the ground behind a barbed-wire fence. The girl's face was nearly unrecognizable. One bullet hole was in her left cheek, another in her forehead. Within hours, police officers identified her as Adrianne Jones, a sixteen-year-old high school student from the town of Mansfield, southeast of Fort Worth. It would take months of work for police to track down her killers. They were two intelligent, promising students -- Diane Zamora and David Graham -- who had been admitted to the Naval and Air Force Academies, respectively, and were desperately, obsessively in love. David told police Diane told him to kill Adrianne -- who had a brief tryst with David -- in order to "cleanse" the impurity from their relationship.
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